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play fair

to act in a fair and honest way: It wasn't really playing fair not to tell her the job was already filled.
Translations of “play fair”
in Chinese (Traditional) 辦事公正合理, 行為光明正大…
in Chinese (Simplified) 办事公正合理, 行为光明正大…
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